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Madhya Pradesh: A 48-page new rule book for admissions was notified on July 15 and made available to colleges. Students facing criminal charges barred from getting admissions to universities and colleges.

Ahead of the admission process to higher educational institutes which is set to begin in Madhya Pradesh on August 1, the state’s higher education department has notified rules barring students facing criminal charges from getting admissions to universities and colleges.

A 48-page new rule book for admissions was notified on July 15 and made available to colleges.

Students seeking admissions will have to submit declarations that there are no pending cases against them to get admissions. Students found guilty of misbehaving with faculty, staff, or other students and vandalising property will also not get admissions.

Student leaders are however not in agreement. They have said the rules could be misused for targeting students on an ideological basis and for participating in protests against the government or colleges.

Higher education department principal secretary Anupam Rajan said they will ensure more clarity in the rules so that genuine students do not suffer.

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